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Accounting Clerk in Los Angeles, CA at Goodwill Southern California

Date Posted: 4/28/2018

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Job Description

Primary Responsibility / Summary Provides technical support for billing of fee for service contracts, develops and maintains all Grants & Contracts databases, updates various allocation schedules, performs subcontractor desk audits, and other administrative duties as assigned.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities 1. Develops and maintains all Grants & Contracts MS Access databases. 2. Monitors and updates computer and telephone allocations using MS Excel macros. 3. Analyzes bi‐monthly WCD staff timesheets and ensures that in compliance with federal/state grant requirements. 4. Assists with “Fee for Service” and other grant billings that require Microsoft Excel knowledge. 5. Reviews and reconciles subcontractors’ invoices. Performs limited desk audits to verify that costs are allowable and adequately documented. 6. Provides administrative support with financial audit preparation. 7. Makes recommendations for streamlining allocation processes and works with WCD Database Manager and other staff to implement them. 8. Assumes some duties from Grants & Contracts Accountants in his/her absence.

Education & Experience 3 Years of Administrative experience. High school diploma or general education degree (GED) required. One year certificate from college or technical school preferred.

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